Not only do our Page Scholars go on to achieve goals in education and in their own professional career paths, they often give back to the Page Education Foundation long after they have completed their service.


  • If you are a Page Scholar Alumnus and want to remain engaged with the Foundation, we have plenty of opportunities to make that happen. One of the best ways is to support the Foundation through financial gifts and donations.


Your time can also be a valuable resource. By volunteering, you can help the Page Education Foundation directly, or mentor a current Page Scholar to provide career guidance and information about transitioning from the academic world to the career world.

If either of these opportunities appeal to you, do not hesitate to contact our staff via email or call 612-332-0406 and learn more about how you can stay engaged.

Join The Page Scholar Alumni Society

The Page Scholar Alumni Society is growing and we invite you to stay connected. Keep in touch with us on Facebook, or LinkedIn.

A Note to the Graduating Page Scholars

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Dr. Abdul Omari

“As the youngest in my family, the service to children requirement was a new sense of accountability for me. It challenged me to grow my patience, empathy, and cultural intelligence.”

Andre Creighton

"The Page Education Foundation helped solidify my values in life, which include being a positive role model for young people in the community.”

Bondo Nyembwe

“As the youngest in my family, the service to children requirement was a new sense of accountability for me. It challenged me to grow my patience, empathy, and cultural intelligence.”

Brian VangTou Xiong

"The Foundation inspired me to dream big and I chased my dream in the education world. At the end of the road, even though the process was hard, I received my doctorate in education and supervision in higher education.”

Erick Goodlow

"I am proud to be one of the first ten Page Scholars. The Page Education Foundation validated my belief that education and service are important values to instill in all people.”

Georgiana Phillip

"To me, food is comfort and security, so it's great to combine something that I love to do with helping others. I Prepare and deliver nutritious food for those living with cancer, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, and ALS.”

Isaiah Haupt

“As a Page Scholar, volunteering with children not only helped them academically but it has also boosted my confidence. The kids that I read too look up to me and see me as a super hero. This makes me want to work even harder to support them academically."

Jimmy Nyembwe

"The Page Education Foundation helped me to go to college, which gives me a chance to give back to my community. I volunteer with children in Minnesota and give support to children from the poorest regions of Africa.”

Kao Kalia Yang

"The Page Education Foundation showed me there were people in the world who believed in my ability to attend college. College is where I discovered my love for writing and found my voice. I volunteer in the community and frequently speak about the Hmong-American experience to interested groups.”

Lian Gordon

“Working with children helped me mature mentally and it transformed education and learning into a positive experience."

Luis Estrada Guzman

"The Page Education Foundation made college a realistic goal for me. This year, I will become the first person in my family to graduate with a bachelor’s degree."

Mariam Omari

"I am the first four-year graduate in my family. Two of my brothers were Page Scholars as well. Words cannot describe what Justice Alan Page has done for my family. Thank you."

Merone Melekin

"I want to help communities of color share their narratives and invite others to see the world through a different lens."

Michelle Brown

"I am honored to have been one of the first 10 Page Scholars. I am grateful every day for the opportunity to work with young people and to pass on the lessons I learned: The importance of being yourself and helping others.”

Nuney Said

“Through my Service to Children project, I had the opportunity to teach reading to kids and lead small groups, which increased my self-confidence."

Pa Yong Xiong

“The vision behind the scholarship taught me to care about and to encourage others, and made me realize how much power I have to help myself and others.”

Paris Deondra Yarbrough

“I'm somewhat shy, but the Service to Children project gave me the opportunity to step outside of my comfort zone and lead a group of young children. Ultimately, I learned how to balanced my introvert and extrovert self.”

Salim Omari

"The Page Education Foundation invests in urban and minority youths who are often forgotten by society. I am a big fan of Alan Page and learned from him to serve the community.”

Shakiyla Riley

“Exercising and learning are great passions of mine. My Service to Children Project allowed me to help students with their homework and educate them on the importance of health and wellness.”

Tobias Knight

“Music impacts my life in many different ways. I've noticed increased productivity and creativity for learning among my students when we use music.”

Tyekeela Xiong

"Through my Service to Children Project, I got the chance to hear about life and school from a youth's perspective. Their voices keep me young at heart and a more engaged educator."

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